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“Reverse Order, a locally grown pop rock band, is one of four finalists in maurices Hometown Sound band search. “WOW,” the band says. “Being in the top four means someone sees something special in us. It’s reassurance that our hard work is paying off and that our dreams really can become a reality. We’ve been trying so hard to get people outside our area to know about us, now they will. Thank you.” The winning vote-getter will receive a trip to Los Angeles to shoot a music video with PlayNetwork, gifts from maurices, as well as the opportunity to perform at a maurices branded daytime showcase at South by Southwest 2012 in Austin, TX, in March. “We all just want to scream,” the band says. “We have new music coming out and to be able to shoot a professional music video in LA would be exciting and amazing. We’ve each worked so hard and given up so much to follow our dreams, this would be such a sense of accomplishment and would confirm that we’re on the right path.”
“We have had the pleasure of working with Reverse Order during the past 4 years at the Quick Chek New Jersey Festival of Ballooning. I can easily state that the band provided an excellent experience for our customers and guests each and every time they took the stage. Not only are they outstanding musicians, they would bring so much excitement to the performance. It was especially apparent that this group is made up of top professionals this past year, as the temperature was in the mid 90’s and the guys still strived to exceed their fans expectations and responded to crowds with a memorable performance from beginning to end. The group has such a big following, that more people in the audience were there to see them then were there to see the Balloon Festival. (This brings in 180,000 people over the 3 day event) It has been a pleasure to partner with Reverse Order and I am delighted to recommend them for future events as they have an open invitation to play at our festival. ”